Tag Archives: websites

Tourism Website for Sumter County

    Tourism website for Sumter County: Tour Sumter County

Read more »

Alabama Trails Conference 2014

Just did a revision on the Alabama Trails Commission’s website for their 2014 Alabama Trails Conference: www.landoftrails.org Here’s a screenshot of the front page. Includes agenda and basic information. Online registration is taking place off site at the University of Alabama servers.

Read more »

Greene County IDA Website

An updated website for the Greene County Industrial Development Authority. (www.gcida.com) Turned out nicely: needed a simple, clean logo and an easy to use interface (wordpress).

Read more »

City of Fayette Website

Finished a website for the city of Fayette a few weeks ago. Turned out looking great! http://www.fayetteal.org

Read more »

A New Website for the Rural Heritage Center in Thomaston, Alabama

Just finished a quick redesign for the Rural Heritage Center in Thomaston, Alabama. Redesigned using, as I pretty much do all websites now, in WordPress. Very flexible, very simple. Now, they can make their own updates!

Read more »

Alabama Communities of Excellence

Website (really, websites) in progress. Initial redesign included new logo, complete overall of website design, color scheme. Now working on developing a pretty large resource directory that includes information towns across Alabama can utilize to make their communities more livable. Also creating a tourism database of attractions and recurring events for each of the 25+ […]

Read more »

Your Town Alabama Redesign

One of my oldest clients / favorite projects: Your Town Alabama. Created a website back in 2001, changed it in around 2007 and then moved it to Moveable Type in 2009 or so. Finally got around to porting it to WordPress. Much easier to work with interface on the back end–obviously. Simple, clean look on […]

Read more »

TARCOG Website Redesign

Just finished a draft of the Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments (TARCOG) website. Still some changes to make and a few compatibility issues to overcome (thanks Internet Explorer 7!), but looking good so far. Lots of capacity built in, including some cool mapping features. All built in WordPress, of course!

Read more »

Alabama Birding Trail Project

Wow! A little over a year ago, I started working the Center for Economic Development on the University of Alabama campus on a project with the Alabama Tourism Department. We took the project over from a consultant who had done a good bit of initial work into organizing folks. We held the first of four […]

Read more »

New Website for Southwest Alabama

My brother-in-law, Billy Milstead, retired several years ago. Since then, he’s developed a real passion for all things Southwest Alabama. He’s got a real interest in documenting all the historic places in the area–of which there are many, many, many. He worked on the Alabama’s Front Porches project for a year, traveling the roads and […]

Read more »